|This article is about a/an ranger in Tensou Sentai Goseiger.|
|(Super) Gosei Red|
|Sentai Show:||Tensou Sentai Goseiger|
|First Appearance:||Samurai Sentai Shinkenger vs. Go-Onger: GinmakuBang!!|
|Last Full Appearance:||Kamen Rider × Super Sentai: Super Hero Taisen|
|Number of Episode Appearances:||50 (Goseiger)|
Full list of appearances
- "Skick Power of Storm! Gosei Red!"
- ―Gosei Red's roll call[src]
- "Miraculous Storm! Super Gosei Red!"
- ―Super Gosei Red's roll call[src]
Alata is a member of the Skick Tribe who has been the childhood friend of Eri. He has an innate ability to see through to the true essence of things. Unlike his Skick Tribe partner Eri, Alata is ten times more sensitive to the wind and he can easily pick up and track evil around the area. He, like Eri, also has a bubbly and positive personality. Whenever in a pinch, he never gives up and fights his way through. Alata truly believes in his moral of protecting the earth and everyone. He quickly befriended Nozomu Amachi and truly trusts him, rejecting Hyde's attempt to erase his memories of the Goseigers. However, despite being a strong leader for the group, Alata is usually an airhead and often does things before thinking about them.
Shinkenger vs. Go-Onger
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- See Samurai Sentai Shinkenger vs. Go-Onger: GinmakuBang!!#Continuity and Placement for when this takes place for the Goseigers.
Just a few weeks after Brajira's defeat, Alata unexpectedly is forced to face the sudden arrival of the Space Empire Zangyack on Earth, who rendered him and the rest of the Goseigers helpless. After the arrival of AkaRenger and Big One, he fought alongside not only his own team, but every single Sentai ranger in existence, against the Zangyack when it attacked the Earth in the Great Legend War. After fighting against hundreds of Gormin and their Zgormin commanders. AkaRenger noticed the fleet moving towards them, he gathered all the Rangers together and gave them the order to sacrifice their powers to wipe out the first invasion's armada. After losing his powers, Alata agreed that it was nice to lose their powers if it meant saving the world from the space invaders.
Some time later, Alata and the other Goseiger temporarily regain their powers from their successors, the Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger, by stealing their Ranger Keys back from the pirates, changing them back to their changers to fight once again. However, during an attempt to regain the key for their ally Gosei Knight, Alata inadvertently lets all of the Ranger Keys become captured by the Black Cross Führer and is forced to fight alongside Captain Marvelous against the revived Brajira. The duo work together to stop the Goseiger villain and ultimately the Führer 's forces, where Alata teaches Marvelous the importance of protecting Earth before returning the keys after the defeat of the ancient enemy with the Earth in the hands of the pirate heroes. Alata's powers were returned after the Gokaigers released the 192 Ranger Keys after the defeat of the Zangyack Empire.
Super Hero Taisen
Alata, alongside his team (bar Gosei Knight), among the majority of the Super Sentai heroes, was caught up in the "Super Hero Taisen" incident which eventually resulted in the Super Sentai teams and Kamen Riders joining forces to defeat both Dai-Zangyack and Dai-Shocker and later give the Gosei Cards to Kamen Rider Decade, Ryuki and Blade to defeat Doktor G.
Appearances in other media
Gosei Red walks to Gokai Red, who slowly lands using a swinging rope, and nods that he makes a good landing. Before walking off, Gosei Red gives Gokai Red a high five, and we, the viewers, turn our attention to Gokai Red while Gosei Red waves from behind.
Super Sentai Versus Series Theater
Alata appears with his team hosting the Super Sentai Versus Series Theater, a special event on TV Asahi during the run of Goseiger, airing an hour before. A compilation of thirteen Super Sentai crossover movies in half-hour parts. The movies had commentary at the beginning and end by the Goseiger about the teams and the storylines within the movies and along with that, they also talk about what's coming up on their show, they also cosplay as characters from previous series.
Alata cosplays as Kenta Date (MegaRed), Ryouma (GingaRed), Matoi Tatsumi (GoRed), Kakeru Shishi (GaoRed), Yousuke Shiina (HurricaneRed), Ryouga Hakua (AbaRed), Banban "Ban" Akaza (DekaRed), and Satoru Akashi (Bouken Red). In the cosplaying, Alata is the only Goseiger who kept the same color, gender and alignment through all of his identities. (Red, male, hero). The only Red he didn't portray of the teams cosplayed was Kai Ozu (since he was a Dekaranger when the girls portrayed Magiranger)
Super Sentai Battle: Ranger Cross
Gosei Red appears with his team in Super Sentai Battle: Ranger Cross.
Gosei Red appeared with Go-On Red and Shinken Red in the stage show Akibaranger Episode 14 to grant the Inordinate Power of their teams to the Akibarangers. The Goseigers' Inordinate Power turned him into a Microphone.
Super Hero Taihen
Gosei Red appears in the Super Hero Taihen net movie, Super Sentai Murder Mystery! You’re the Great Detective!, holding Kamen Rider Double's Gaia Memories as one of several Rangers and Riders holding Kamen Rider and Super Sentai merchandise respectively, when the Go-Busters explain to the net movie director and murder culprit Hiroyuki Kato that all of Super Sentai love Riders and vice versa.
- "Change Goseiger!"
- ―Transformation announcement[src]
As Gosei Red, he has a Dragon motif. He pilots the Gosei Dragon. Gosei Red's main weapon is a sword called the Skick Sword that resembles Gosei Dragon's tail. As a member of the Skick Tribe, Gosei Red can use Gosei Cards of that tribe with his Tensouder.
- "Super Change!"
- ―Transformation announcement[src]
Appearances: Episode 24-45 (flashback), 47, Goseiger vs. Shinkenger, 48, 49, 199 Hero Great Battle
The Gosei Red Ranger Key (ゴセイレッドレンジャーキー Gosei Reddo Renjā Kī?) is Alata's personal Ranger Key and what became of his powers after he along with the rest of the 34 Super Sentai sacrificed their powers to end the Great Legend War.
This key along with the majority of the Ranger Keys were collected by the Red Pirates and later used by the Gokaigers. The Gosei Red Ranger Key was mainly used by Captain Marvelous (Gokai Red), who used it to fight as Gosei Red. It was also used by Don Dogoier (Gokai Green) on two occasions and Gai Ikari (Gokai Silver) on one occasion.
- Don became Gosei Red as part of an all-red Gokai Change in the Gokaigers' fight with Action Commander Bongan.
- When the Gokaigers became the Goseigers while fighting Action Commander Stargul.
- Gai uses this key alongside all other Red keys after being merged with Captain Marvelous by Insarn.
- Alongside Ahim (Gosei Pink) when they became the Skick Tribe Goseigers while fighting against the leaders of the Evil Spirits.
- Don became Gosei Red as part of an all-red Gokai Change when the Gokaigers fought against Basco's Gokai Red Ranger Key Clone while Marvelous was incapacitated.
- To escape the destruction of Gigant Horse.
After Zangyack were finally defeated, the Gokaigers gave the Ranger Keys back to their rightful owners. It is presumed that Alata received his key and became Gosei Red once more.
Behind the scenes
Alata is portrayed by Yudai Chiba (千葉 雄大 Chiba Yūdai?). As a child, he is portrayed by Yusuke Akiyama (秋山 悠介 Akiyama Yūsuke?). As Gosei Red, his suit actor was Yasuhiro Takeuchi (竹内 康博 Takeuchi Yasuhiro?), his sub was Kōsuke Asai (浅井 宏輔 Asai Kōsuke?).
- A Gosei Red Zyudenchi was released as part of the Legend Sentai Zyudenchi line of Zyuden Sentai Kyoryuger.
- TV Asahi's page on Alata
- TV Asahi's page on Gosei Red
- TV Asahi's page on Gosei Red's Change Card
- TV Asahi's page on Gosei Red's Gosei Blaster
- TV Asahi's page on the Skick Sword
- TV Asahi's page on Super Gosei Red
- TV Asahi's page on Super Gosei Red's Gosei Tensword
- TV Asahi's page on the Dragon Headder
- TV Asahi's page on Gosei Dragon
- TV Asahi's page on the Taka Headder
- TV Asahi's page on the Crow Headder
- TV Asahi's page on the Ptera Headder
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